City councilwoman Marielle Franco was a symbol of hope for Rio's poorest residents.
People in the favelas found their voice protesting the games' broken promises.
As the Olympics come to an end, Dre Urhahn and Jeroen Koolhaas are just getting back to work.
They have new homes in the Vila Autódromo community and bitter memories.
Over the past decade, 40 million Brazilians entered the country's growing middle class, in part due to government social
Perhaps most fascinating is a lengthy section on favela "cats," or illegal electrical connections that form tangled overhead